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of teh tarik and nasi ayam penyet

After the replies to my previous post, I was overwhelmed by the choice of food in the new working place. So far I've tried their soto ayam, chikin rice, chikin briyani & nasi padang (yes, it includes chikin too..hehe). I tried the nasi ayam penyet just now. Don't be mistaken with the ayam penyet ria because this is another variation of the chikin rice. In fact it IS chikin rice except it has ayam penyet (smashed chikin). There's a lonnnnnnnng queue everyday at this stall but I find the dish to be so-so...nothing to shout about. The chikin's a tad too salty and the soup is a bit bland. Maybe they're supposed to go well together...salty + bland = ok. hehehehe. I also tried Rafee's teh tarik halia as recommended by some people. The aroma of ginger is not overpowering and the taste's not too sweet either...just the way I like it.

nasi ayam penyet

On another good news, I upgraded my SE teesixten to an LG p7200 last monday. Contrary to what people say about the slow UI, I felt that it is pretty fast. Maybe I was used to the turtle-like teesixten that I don't really notice it. haha. The UI is almost like my teesixtenn and honestly you don't need to have a high learning curve to use this (note to Nokia users...hehehehe).

In the looks section, it's rather plain-looking and might not be attractive as the latest phone models out there. The keypad needs some getting used to and sms'ing can be a pain in the ass if you're a heavy sms user (i'm not...so it's not a prob). The camera's suweeeet (2mp!). Sure, the k750i (and some SE models) can churn out high-quality photos but I don't want another teesixtenn-lookalike. And the newer version of SE models are expensive. I'm anti-Nokia too so no Nokia fones for me although I must admit the temptation *to the dark side* is so great...hehe. I've seen photos from Motorola and Siemens-Benq fones and I wasn't impressed. The better ones like Sharp 903sh is not available in telcos and it IS so expensive too if you can find the import set here.

I bought the LG because it's really a bang-for-buck handfone. It's cheap now because it's an LG (and even cheaper with the $50 *hub voucher+$150 gift...hehe) and you've got to see the picture quality to believe it.
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At 1:38 AM, Anonymous moby said...

I take it that you're a chikin fan? :)

Just what is so great about smashed chikin anyway? It's just chikin with condiments.

Maybe someone should come up with squashed beef or run-over-by-car mutton?    



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